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I’m A Celebrity: Myles Stephenson becomes the latest star to be eliminated from the jungle 


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There’s just four days to go until the Jungle King or Queen is crowned.

However,  Myles Stephenson missed out on a place in the coveted final as he became the latest star to be evicted from the jungle during Thursday’s episode, with the later revealing he’d love to see an all-female final.

As Ant and Dec announced the news, the Rak-Su singer, 28, took the announcement well and told his fellow campmates that he loved them before leaving the jungle for good.  

Gone: Myles Stephenson missed out on a place in the coveted final as they became the latest star to be evicted from the jungle during Thursday’s episode

After making his way across the bridge, Myles told the hosts ‘ I’m good’ and stated he was happy that he got ‘my first letter from father.’

He added: ‘I would have loved to go the full way but the rest of the people in there deserve it so hats off to them. I met the most amazing people I have ever met in my life.’

When questioned by Ant and Dec about who he’d like to win the ITV show, the X Factor winner bigged up his ‘boy’ Roman Kemp, before declaring that he’s actually love to see an all-female final.

The remaining females in the camp are Kate Garraway, Jacqueline Jossa, Caitlyn Jenner and Nadine Coyle.  

Goodbye: As Ant and Dec announced the news, The Rak-Su singer, 28, took the announcement well and told his fellow campmates that he loved them before leaving the jungle for good

Goodbye: As Ant and Dec announced the news, The Rak-Su singer, 28, took the announcement well and told his fellow campmates that he loved them before leaving the jungle for good

All girls: When questioned by Ant and Dec about who he'd like to win the ITV show, he praised pal Roman before declaring that he'd actually love to see an all-female final

All girls: When questioned by Ant and Dec about who he’d like to win the ITV show, he praised pal Roman before declaring that he’d actually love to see an all-female final

Gushing about his time on the show, the singer said: I loved every last single second of it, the ups, the down, the lows and the highs… this has been a whirlwind.

‘Two years ago I never would have thought I’d be on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! I’m glad I got this far.’

Speaking about his fears he said: ‘Spiders are my big fear as and I had to fight off enough of them in the dunny – the first night I didn’t sleep!’ 

As Ant and Dec hailed him as the camp chef, Myles explained: ‘Cooking was my comfort zone because it’s something I do everyday at home.’ He added that he ‘loved every second of it’.

After praising his beloved nan for gifting him his cooking skills, he admitted that he almost didn’t take part in the show due to her illness.

Out: After making his way across the bridge, Myles told the hosts ‘ I’m good’ and stated he was happy that he got ‘my first letter from father’

That's my boy: The singer was greeted by his mum Victoria as he left the jungle

That’s my boy: The singer was greeted by his mum Victoria as he left the jungle

Greeting: Myles warmly hugged his mum on the bridge after weeks apart

Greeting: Myles warmly hugged his mum on the bridge after weeks apart

He said: ‘Nan was ill, I was debating on even doing the show before I went in.’

He also gushed about his fellow campmates, saying: ‘I don’t call them campmates and friends, I call them family. 

‘There were no bad eggs in the camp, everyone was there for each other. We had full confidence in each other. 

‘You spend three weeks in camp together, you’re going to know everything about each other.’

Fun times: Gushing about his time on the show, the singer said: I loved every last single second of it, the ups, the down, the lows and the highs... this has been a whirlwind

Fun times: Gushing about his time on the show, the singer said: I loved every last single second of it, the ups, the down, the lows and the highs… this has been a whirlwind

Terrified: Speaking about his fears he said: 'Spiders are my big fear as and I had to fight off enough of them in the dunny - the first night I didn't sleep!'

Terrified: Speaking about his fears he said: ‘Spiders are my big fear as and I had to fight off enough of them in the dunny – the first night I didn’t sleep!’

His exit follows hot on the hills of Ian Wright, who was booted from the show during Wednesday’s installment. 

Ian admitted he felt ‘overwhelmed’ as he joined Ant & Dec for the eviction interview before downing a glass of champagne and demanding ‘where’s my missus?’

When asked about leaving, he said: ‘I feel it’s got to the time [to go], you need to be positive around people, I wasn’t positive enough for the young people. My time has come, it’s been unbelievable.’

He explained why he went on the show, saying: ‘I was looking for a new challenge. The challenge wasn’t what I was expecting. I found the mental side – I’ve got a lot to work on.’

Down it: 'Overwhelmed' Ian Wright was booted from the jungle on Wednesday night, after which he wasted no time in downing a glass of champagne

Down it: ‘Overwhelmed’ Ian Wright was booted from the jungle on Wednesday night, after which he wasted no time in downing a glass of champagne

He also celebrated the fact that he ‘didn’t get buried’ in any tasks.

About his mood swings, he said: ‘I couldn’t suppress my feelings otherwise I would have been worse than I was in there.

‘I’ve learned that I’ve got to be a little bit calmer. I feel I lose it too quickly. I have to try and stay in control. I need to watch it back and learn from mistakes. I’ve got to be myself but I have also got to rein it in a bit too.’

He also revealed: ‘I once saw a lady in counselling and she told me to control my anger I should play golf.’ 

Missed the missus? Ian demanded to know 'where's my missus?' as soon as he stepped off the bridge

Missed the missus? Ian demanded to know ‘where’s my missus?’ as soon as he stepped off the bridge

He explained why he went on the show, saying: 'I was looking for a new challenge. The challenge wasn't what I was expecting. I found the mental side - I've got a lot to work on'

He explained why he went on the show, saying: 'I was looking for a new challenge. The challenge wasn't what I was expecting. I found the mental side - I've got a lot to work on'

He explained why he went on the show, saying: ‘I was looking for a new challenge. The challenge wasn’t what I was expecting. I found the mental side – I’ve got a lot to work on’

 

 

 

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